Jewelry organization has recently stepped up a notch. I’ve seen a lot of people DIY’ing unique storage solutions with the most fun materials you can imagine. Did you ever think a rake could be used as a jewelry organizer? Check it out at Sarahdipities. Looking for more DIY options for jewelry organization? Click through the jump to see them!
Ombre Wood 1 of 7This jewelry maker is made special by painting the knobs in an ombre color pattern.
Get the instructions at Well It's Okay
Cup Holder 2 of 7An old cup holder gets a coat of paint, some paper and Mod Podge to give it a new life.
Find the step-by-step at Mod Podge Rocks
White Pegboard 3 of 7Desiree created a beautiful jewelry station with frames, pegboard and paint.
Get the how-to at The 36th Avenue
Hardware Store 4 of 7Make interesting jewelry holders by adding regular pulls and handles to a painted board.
Find the step-by-step at Hardly Housewives
Burlap Frame 5 of 7This jewelry organizer was easy to assemble - burlap was wrapped around a frame and then wire was added to suspend the goodies.
Learn how it was done at Making the World Cuter
Old Table 6 of 7Just about anything with holes can become a jewelry holder - including an old tabletop.
Find the step-by-step at Curbly
Pretty Frame 7 of 7An old frame gets a makeover with a coat of paint, hooks and wire mesh - serving as wall art and a jewelry holder.
Learn how it was made at The monaluna Blog